Websites concerning agricultural science relevant to crops grown in the field by the practices of arable farming.
Proceedings of the First National Symposium of the Center for new crops and plant products of the Purdue University which focuses on research, development, and economics.
Detailed information on the production of a number of agronomic crops adapted to the upper Midwestern U.S., from adzuki bean to wild rice.
Research and development of hazelnuts and chestnuts for use as staple crops, sale of seedlings and nuts. Minnesota.
Extensive collection of information from Purdue University on crop diversification.
Sources of information from Purdue University on promising new crops for food, timber, shade, soil improvement.
A list and description of plants that are not normally considered as crops but are consumed in times of famine.
An online book, presenting little-known plants of the Andes with promise for worldwide cultivation.
Provides news and information about agriculture and genetically enhanced seeds in a number of languages.
Focused on preserving the genetic diversity of plants by acquiring, preserving, evaluating, documenting and distributing crop germplasms to research scientists. Includes general information on NPGS and Germplasm Resources Information Network. Contents include collection information, repositories, committees, and related resources.
Plants of American origin that have been neglected or mostly forgotten since the arrival of Europeans.
Searches over 20,000 pages of horticulture and crop science information from over 40 academic and government institutions departments in the U.S. by keyword and region..
The seeds of certain species of Plantago are used commercially for the production of mucilage. Information on the uses of the plant, its growth habits, environment requirement, culture, yield potential and economics.
Conducts basic, strategic and applied research in biological and related sciences, integrating these to optimise crop production systems.
Nonprofit organization that encourages and promotes the production, processing, development, and commercialization of industrial crops and products derived from them.
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